Green cards, also known as permanent resident cards, allow a foreign national to live and work permanently in the United States. Getting a green card is a long process that varies case by case, beneficiary by beneficiary. There are multiple eligibility categories and procedures. There can also be adjustments of status to your green card. This is when a noncitizen obtains U.S. LPR status while physically present in the United States. The USCIS is the entity that issues these permanent resident cards or green cards. There are multiple routes to green card status. For example, Tez Law can aid those that are immediate relatives of an U.S. Citizen in obtaining a family-based visa.
Tez Law Firm has over a decade of experience in helping obtain green card status. There are many ways to get your green card in Los Angeles, including EB5, EB2, H1B, H2B, and various family-based visas. Taking a misstep in the green card and visa process can be costly and time-consuming. It is crucial to start off on the right foot by hiring professionals who know the proper way to manage and deal with the USCIS, the Embassy, and the U.S. State department.
Obtaining a green card in Los Angeles can take up to a year or longer. If mistakes are made, the time period changes, as the USCIS tends to not tolerate mistakes. This is an important reason to hire an immigration attorney to handle your case. Tez Law can provide you with the methods and tools to correctly go through the process. We can not only explain to you the likelihood of your success but we can attain that success together.
Whether it is getting a green card or renewing your green card, we are at your service. If you are already in possession of a permanent resident green card, it will typically expire in 10 years and require renewal. If you lose your green card, it is wise to replace it in a timely manner.
You would need to either fill out a form I-751 or a form I-829. Both forms would need to be filled correctly and promptly during a 90-day period before the permanent resident card expires. Delaying this step in renewing your green card can lead to legal problems down the road. One more reason to hire an immigration attorney to take care of your case.
Tez Law has worked with over 4,000 clients successfully. We have helped process more than 3,000 visas, and have dealt with and aided more than 6000 immigrants.
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